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Using Twitter to Build Your PLN and Engage in On-Demand Professional Development
Monday, November 13, 2017 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
Presented by Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal, Republic Middle School, MO
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Innovative educators use Twitter to share resources, collaborate, motivate, and celebrate the joys of educating the next generation of leaders: our students! Many in the profession have discovered the benefits of building a Professional Learning Network on Twitter, but how exactly do you do this? Educational technology adopter Shannon Holden shows step-by-step how to harness the power of Twitter to collaborate and grow as an educator.
About the Presenter
Shannon Holden has been a high school and middle school teacher and administrator in Texas and Missouri for 20 years. Shannon built a website, www.newteacherhelp.com to help reduce the 50% five-year attrition rate for new teachers in the educational profession. Shannon speaks to college students, teachers, and administrators across the Midwest about classroom management, maintaining positive relationships with parents, instructional strategies that engage students, and implementing technology in the classroom. He is the host of the New Teacher Help and TechTools for the Classroom communities on edWeb.net. Follow him on Twitter @newteacherhelp.
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- Monday, November 13, 2017
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EST
- Event Tags:
- PLN, Social Media, Twitter